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Bellwether Housing Seattle, WA, USA
May 21, 2019
Full time
For over 39 years, Bellwether Housing has been Seattle’s largest, and most respected, non-profit organization, providing affordable housing for low-income individuals and families. Bellwether Housing offers an uplifting work environment with a diverse group of talented professionals who are committed to our mission and values of creativity, collaboration, ambition, warm-heartedness, and professionalism.  Position Summary Oversee all aspects of day to day management of the building including rent collection, leasing, resident relations, and maintenance of the property. Promote a “sense of community” among residents, working to solve problems and facilitate a responsible and positive community.  Act as a liaison to Resident Services or outside agencies providing services and case management to residents.   Position Responsibilities • Provide professional, responsive, caring, and knowledgeable interactions with applicants and residents. Always seek to resolve complaints or client concerns, treating all parties in a respectful and helpful manner, regardless of their behavior.  • Collect rents, monitor delinquencies, and assist the Portfolio Manager with eviction procedures, as necessary. • Perform light cleaning duties as needed including grounds pick-up, vacuuming hallways, and keeping common amenity rooms and lobby areas clean and free of trip hazards.   • Manage all aspects of leasing vacant units including marketing, showing units, and assisting  applicants to accurately complete rental applications and provide required supporting documentation.   • In conjunction with the Compliance Department, qualify applicants according to Bellwether’s screening criteria and building-specific income restrictions.   • Conduct annual  recertification of resident’s income and overall eligibility to maintain compliance with funder regulatory agreements.  • Collaborate with the Maintenance Department to coordinate work orders, preventative maintenance, and unit turnover work.  • Collaborate with Resident Services team to provides resources and referrals to residents.  • Create a sense of community among residents, coordinating and engaging in regular events.  • Champion and cultivate an inclusive work environment.  Requirements Minimum Qualifications • 3+ year’s prior apartment management or leasing experience. Equivalent education/experience may be substituted for stated requirements. • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing.  • Ability to exercise discretion and confidentiality at all times.  • Experience applying fair housing laws and local landlord/tenant laws. • Customer service aptitude including problem-solving skills and the ability to respond quickly and tactfully to both internal and external customer requests. Positive attitude a must. • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.   • Dependable, highly-motivated, accurate, detail-oriented, and organized individual skilled at meeting deadlines and producing high quality work. • Experience handling money or performing rent collection. • Experience working with AMSI property management software or equivalent. Desired Qualifications • Previous affordable housing compliance experience that demonstrates knowledge of initial and annual certification process, including reviewing and interpreting background screening reports and calculating household income. • Completion of WSHFC Fundamentals and advanced training workshops. • Experience with Seattle Housing Authority Section 8 Project and Tenant-Based programs. • Experience working with AMSI/eSite or equivalent property management software. • Demonstrated ability to build effective partnerships with community constituencies and social service agencies.  • Experience working with social service programs for diverse populations and making referrals as appropriate.  • Prior experience working with a 55 or older population and/or seniors who are aging in place. • Prior cleaning and light maintenance experience in a work environment  • Bilingual in English/Spanish, English/Tigrinya or English/Amharic.  • Must be able to perform non-repetitive lifting of at least 25 lbs. Community:   Tate Mason is located in the heart of First Hill.  A 97- unit tax credit building with studios, and one-bedroom units. Tate Mason serves individuals and families where the Head of Household is 55+ or older, and income qualifies at 50% or 60% AMI. Hours: 40 hours per week, flexible work schedule,  Compensation:   $24.00 - $30.00  per hour DOE, benefits Benefits:   If you’re working over 20 hour per week you can accrue 24 days of PTO in your first year. We have a 403(b)-retirement plan with employer matching after 15 months of service and we offer a health reimbursement plan to employees and dependents. We have flexible spending accounts, STD/LTD, life insurance, and commuter benefits. 
Puget Sound Educational Service District 625 SW 100th Street | Seattle, WA 98146
May 17, 2019
Full time
Puget Sound Educational School District seeks an Early Head Start Teacher to join our team of educators and work in a strong collaborative partnership with the Lead Teacher and Assistant Teacher. Job duties include collaborating with the Lead Teacher in designing and leading children’s learning, documenting children’s outcomes, and working with families. At Educare you will join a community of learners focused on providing high quality care and early childhood education, while working closely with families to support the growth and development of their children.  Educare is a research based early learning program implementing best and most promising new practices. We hold high expectations for achieving child and family goals and offer reflective practices so that teachers reach and sustain those goals.  We are part of a support system that enables personal and professional growth within an intentional culture of inclusion and diversity.  We encourage you to join us in achieving a vision of excellence, innovation, creativity, and equity for the children and families we serve.  PSESD is one of nine regional educational agencies serving school districts, public charter schools and state-approved private schools in Washington. Educational Service Districts, created by the legislature, are an essential regional delivery system for early learning and K-Postsecondary services in the state.  PSESD is committed to becoming an Antiracist Multicultural Organization driven by equity in education. Minimum Qualifications AA degree or higher in Early Childhood Education (AA degree in related field with 12 college credits in ECE, or AA degree in unrelated field and 19 credits in ECE may be equivalent for AA in ECE) ** Unofficial transcripts required as part of complete application. Attach to online application** Early childhood experience in an early childhood setting. Must obtain Food Handler's Permit within 30 days of employment, and CPR/First Aid Certificate within 90 days of employment Preferred Qualifications Head Start, Early Head Start, or other comprehensive child development/family support program experience Experience with diverse and/or low income populations Current or former Head Start and/or ECEAP parent Please note, applicants should describe their experience meeting minimum qualifications (and preferred qualifications if applicable) in cover letter and resume as part of the application process.   Based in White Center at Educare . Schedule : Full-time, year ‘round, 40 hours/week. Salary: $21.48 – 24.91/hour  (Salary Schedule – PSAIII) Salary offers consider candidate qualifications, experience and internal equity.  Excellent benefits and retirement package; 24 annual leave days per year, 12 sick days, 11 paid holidays, participation in Washington State Department of Retirement System, Tax Sheltered Annuity Plan, subsidized ORCA card, and the opportunity to work in a highly engaged, customer-centric environment. PSESD is committed to having a diverse workforce and encourages all candidates meeting the minimum qualifications to apply.  Open until filled; for best consideration, submit complete application by, Sunday, June 2, 2019 . Tentative scheduled interviews: Wednesday, May 22, 2019 and Tuesday, June 11, 2019   For more information and to apply for this position, please visit:  https://www.psesd.org/careers/job-posting-page/~board/job-postings/post/early-head-start-teacher-educare-early-learning-center
Puget Sound Educational Service District 625 SW 100th St, Seattle, WA 98146, USA
May 06, 2019
Full time
Puget Sound Educational School District seeks an Early Head Start Assistant Teacher to join our team of educators and work in a strong collaborative partnership with the Lead Teacher and Assistant Teacher. Job duties include collaborating with the Lead Teacher in designing and leading children’s learning, documenting children’s outcomes, and working with families. At Educare you will join a community of learners focused on providing high quality care and early childhood education, while working closely with families to support the growth and development of their children.  Educare is a research based early learning program implementing best and most promising new practices. We hold high expectations for achieving child and family goals and offer reflective practices so that teachers reach and sustain those goals.  We are part of a support system that enables personal and professional growth within an intentional culture of inclusion and diversity.  We encourage you to join us in achieving a vision of excellence, innovation, creativity, and equity for the children and families we serve.  PSESD is one of nine regional educational agencies serving school districts, public charter schools and state-approved private schools in Washington. Educational Service Districts, created by the legislature, are an essential regional delivery system for early learning and K-Postsecondary services in the state.  PSESD is committed to becoming an Antiracist Multicultural Organization driven by equity in education. Minimum Qualifications Child Development Associate (CDA) or Early Childhood Education (ECE) certificate required and 12 job related credits. ** Unofficial transcripts required as part of complete application. Attach to online application** Early childhood experience in an early childhood setting. Must obtain Food Handler's Permit within 30 days of employment, and CPR/First Aid Certificate within 90 days of employment.   Preferred Qualifications Experience with Head Start, Early Head Start, or other comprehensive child development/family support program Experience working with low income and/or diverse populations Experience working with infants/toddlers Former or current Head Start/ECEAP participant/parent Please note, applicants should describe their experience meeting minimum qualifications (and preferred qualifications if applicable) in cover letter and resume as part of the application process.   Based in White Center at Educare . Schedule : Full-time, year ‘round, 40 hours/week. Salary: $16.30-$17.98 /hour (Salary Schedule – PSAI(a)) Salary offers consider candidate qualifications, experience and internal equity.  Excellent benefits and retirement package; 24 annual leave days per year, 12 sick days, 11 paid holidays, participation in Washington State Department of Retirement System, Tax Sheltered Annuity Plan, subsidized ORCA card, and the opportunity to work in a highly engaged, customer-centric environment. PSESD is committed to having a diverse workforce and encourages all candidates meeting the minimum qualifications to apply.  Open until filled; for best consideration, submit complete application by, Sunday, June 2, 2019 . Tentative scheduled interviews: Wednesday, May 22, 2019 and Tuesday, June 11, 2019 For more information and to apply for this position, please visit:  https://www.psesd.org/careers/job-posting-page/~board/job-postings/post/early-head-start-assistant-teacher-educare